National Trust 12 months family membership for the price of 9 for the first year, pay by Direct Debit. Plus + binoculars FREE+ 40% Quidco cashback ....£36.90. - HotUKDeals
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National Trust 12 months family membership for the price of 9 for the first year, pay by Direct Debit. Plus + binoculars FREE+ 40% Quidco cashback ....£36.90.

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A good deal for the family and a great Xmas gift. Family membership includes 2 aduts and 2 children.Plus the free binoculars. Other Benefits FREE entry and parking at more than 300 historic houses… Read More
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A good deal for the family and a great Xmas gift. Family membership includes 2 aduts and 2 children.Plus the free binoculars.
Other Benefits

FREE entry and parking at more than 300 historic houses and gardens.
FREE parking at our countryside and coastline locations.
Your Members Handbook the complete guide to all of the places you can visit.
Regional Newsletters packed with details of special events at locations near you.
Three editions of our magazine, featuring news, views, gardening and letters, exclusively for members.
Information on local Supporter Groups and how to get involved.
Plus...
Your membership will get you FREE admission to properties cared for by the National Trust for Scotland.
We also have agreements with a number of other countries. If youre visiting any of these places and have a valid membership card, you could visit their National Trust facilities for FREE or at a concessionary rate.

35 quid for 4 people / 9 quid per person a year/ 0.75p per person per month.
Not bad.
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#1
Got this last time round. The Binoculars are very good. Not cheap plastic rubbish. Great deal if you like going round these places. I'm not the biggest fan of this sort of thing but my wife likes walking around. What I do like is a lot of the houses/grounds have play areas now for the children. It's so much nicer to take young children to than local parks that seem to have become the local 'hang out' :roll: of youths that apparently 'have no where else to go and/or nothing else to do'! :roll::roll: If that's the case then fine but don't just lye around hogging the equipment looking menacingly at young children and shout obscenities at each other. Funny though it may sound to these dregs but I really don't want my child exposed to that sort of behaviour at such an early age. Thankfully NT 'ain't cool' enough to be 'hanging' at!!! :roll:

It may sound elitist but if that's how it is to by pass the rats of society then fine, I'm elitist.
#2
Blasphemous
Got this last time round. The Binoculars are very good. Not cheap plastic rubbish. Great deal if you like going round these places. I'm not the biggest fan of this sort of thing but my wife likes walking around. What I do like is a lot of the houses/grounds have play areas now for the children. It's so much nicer to take young children to than local parks that seem to have become the local 'hang out' :roll: of youths that apparently 'have no where else to go and/or nothing else to do'! :roll::roll: If that's the case then fine but don't just lye around hogging the equipment looking menacingly at young children and shout obscenities at each other. Funny though it may sound to these dregs but I really don't want my child exposed to that sort of behaviour at such an early age. Thankfully NT 'ain't cool' enough to be 'hanging' at!!! :roll:

It may sound elitist but if that's how it is to by pass the rats of society then fine, I'm elitist.


Merry christmas :p
#3
coming to £61.50 for me, less Quidco = £36.90
#4
frakison
Merry christmas
That was nice of you. Merry Christmas to you too.
#5
Vote 'Blasphemous' for PM! :thumbsup:
#6
ditto.
#7
join new zeland national trust $69 =£30.04
can use it in england....
#8
DADOF7
join new zeland national trust $69 =£30.04
can use it in england....


Can you get quidco as well as free binoculars for joining NZ national trust.
#9
HunterGatherer
Vote 'Blasphemous' for PM! :thumbsup:
:) I'll start with Mayor! :-D Should 'cut my teeth' on the local issues (yobs), first then go National! :p
#10
nhskbhatia003
Can you get quidco as well as free binoculars for joining NZ national trust.
No you cannot. This has been discussed in a previous thread on this offer (last year I think). To be fair to NT, we should really support them at a national level rather than International otherwise all the money will go to New Zealand and our National Trust properties won't be worth visiting as they'll fall into disrepair.

Support NT in this country please.


I'm even starting to sound like a politician now!!!!!!!!!! :w00t:
#11
I subscribed last year for £17 + got £20 cashback + Free binoculars
#12
Blasphemous
Got this last time round. The Binoculars are very good. Not cheap plastic rubbish. Great deal if you like going round these places. I'm not the biggest fan of this sort of thing but my wife likes walking around. What I do like is a lot of the houses/grounds have play areas now for the children. It's so much nicer to take young children to than local parks that seem to have become the local 'hang out' :roll: of youths that apparently 'have no where else to go and/or nothing else to do'! :roll::roll: If that's the case then fine but don't just lye around hogging the equipment looking menacingly at young children and shout obscenities at each other. Funny though it may sound to these dregs but I really don't want my child exposed to that sort of behaviour at such an early age. Thankfully NT 'ain't cool' enough to be 'hanging' at!!! :roll:

It may sound elitist but if that's how it is to by pass the rats of society then fine, I'm elitist.


Guess what: your kids will grow up one day and BE THOSE RATS.

I don't really think that these kind of views should be allowed on here, however popular they may be.
#13
Blasphemous
No you cannot. This has been discussed in a previous thread on this offer (last year I think). To be fair to NT, we should really support them at a national level rather than International otherwise all the money will go to New Zealand and our National Trust properties won't be worth visiting as they'll fall into disrepair.

Support NT in this country please.


I'm even starting to sound like a politician now!!!!!!!!!! :w00t:


I could not agree more with u
#14
That's a good price for another year's membership.

Hopefully the offer will still be on when I need to renew.
#15
thanks done it - cheers
#16
I have 6 pairs of binoculars and they are not very good. If you read a review that says how good they are, then don't get too excited.
#17
The bins are shockingly bad.
#18
DADOF7
join new zeland national trust $69 =£30.04
can use it in england....


That'll be New Zealand you mean, not Zeland?, and England has a capitalised first letter,

Still, anyone with as shabby and cheap a mind as you obviously have can't be expected to have a full grasp of his / her mother tongue. Let's send the money abroad to save a paltry few quid........ cheapskate ultimo....
#19
smokieUK;7176141
I don't really think that these kind of views should be allowed on here, however popular they may be.
Really. But it's OK for you to say...
smokieUK
Guess what: your kids will grow up one day and BE THOSE RATS.
Some people! :roll:
#20
The link doesn't seem to be working for me. is it on the NT website?

Also will this offer apply if you are renewing your memebership? I suspect not and it makes me a little cross that if you continue to support charities, not just the NT, you don't receive any of the special offers to say "thank you" for your continued suppport.

Think your membership would have to lapse then you could re apply.
1 Like #21
smokieUK
Guess what: your kids will grow up one day and BE THOSE RATS.

I don't really think that these kind of views should be allowed on here, however popular they may be.



Why would his kids grow up to be those rats????? He's just said he takes them to places like NT properties to avoid them mixing with the sort of kid that hangs around public parks making a nuisance of themselves to the detriment of everyone else. Hence he doesn't want them growing up like that.....Good for him, say I :thumbsup:

We need more responsible parents like Blasphemous, rather than the dullard herberts who don't mind what sort of commotion, hassle and general trouble their offspring make for other people...just so long as they're out the house causing trouble, and not on their own doorstep.

As Frankie Boyle would say " Have you SEEN these people...? It's like a holding pen for the Jeremy Kyle show!! ":-D:-D
#22
savagevixen
I have 6 pairs of binoculars and they are not very good. If you read a review that says how good they are, then don't get too excited.


Try using them the other way round.....;-);-)
#23
Blasphemous
Got this last time round. The Binoculars are very good. Not cheap plastic rubbish. Great deal if you like going round these places. I'm not the biggest fan of this sort of thing but my wife likes walking around. What I do like is a lot of the houses/grounds have play areas now for the children. It's so much nicer to take young children to than local parks that seem to have become the local 'hang out' :roll: of youths that apparently 'have no where else to go and/or nothing else to do'! :roll::roll: If that's the case then fine but don't just lye around hogging the equipment looking menacingly at young children and shout obscenities at each other. Funny though it may sound to these dregs but I really don't want my child exposed to that sort of behaviour at such an early age. Thankfully NT 'ain't cool' enough to be 'hanging' at!!! :roll:

It may sound elitist but if that's how it is to by pass the rats of society then fine, I'm elitist.


Hey! anything that encourages people to contribute towards the upkeep of historical buildings/monuments & parks is a good thing in my book.. and a cheap Sunday out! :thumbsup:
#24
Did this last year(March-March) and thought the membership would expire after the year was up.

Decided to join again in the July of this year.
Recieved temporary cards as per, but no new cards or pack or bins arrived.
They emaied asking me to contact them, where I found out my 'expired' membership was still 'live' on their system.
They kindly cancelled this then promptly paid out to quidco, but as yet haven't taken the membership monies from my account:whistling::whistling:
Probabaly won't bother next year as we're going to Wales on Hols and there's next to nothing NT there.

I also contrubute by buying guide books, gifts in the shops and having lunch at their cafes, so don't feel so bad:roll:
#25
:thumbsup: Good for online membership only.....

:x Not good for renewing my parents membership......


To buy Pensioner membership, please call the Membership Department on 0844 800 1895

Maybe they might bend the rules for he offer????
#26
Why don't we club our membership fees together to hire some foreign mercenaries to shift the yobs out at night to a remote island?.....just an idea...don't shoot the messenger..
#27
savagevixen
I have 6 pairs of binoculars and they are not very good. If you read a review that says how good they are, then don't get too excited.


I agree.

I would much prefer if they went back to the rugs and coolbags they used to do with the membership. We could do with a new of those!

I don't need any more rubbish binoculars!
#28
robot1000
I subscribed last year for £17 + got £20 cashback + Free binoculars


I guess they finally realised that the fixed £20 per membership was not a good idea!

The cashback sites were only offering 20% when I looked last week, but good to see quidco change to 40%, but I wonder how long it will last before they drop it back down to 20% again.

Get in quick I suggest if you need your membership now.
1 Like #29
smokieUK
Guess what: your kids will grow up one day and BE THOSE RATS.

I don't really think that these kind of views should be allowed on here, however popular they may be.


And its unfortunately that sort of namby pamby PC attitude thats allowing this country to go to the dogs. You may not want to HEAR it but that does not stop it being TRUE!! We need more people like Mr Blasphemous to stand up and get this country back on track (and I hold my own head in shame as I fear to speak my mind nowadays for falling foul of some "ism" or another!!!)

Go Mr Mayor!!!! :thumbsup:
1 Like #30
topcashback had this offer last month but hotukdeals wouldnt allow it to be posted, odd that when quidco do it they allow it. Only time that I have been wound up about this great site but looks like its one rule for one cash back site and one for another sad that :(
#31
DADOF7
join new zeland national trust $69 =£30.04
can use it in england....

Has been posted before with the same responses. Thing to remember is that often you will NOT get the free parking which comes with UK NT membership at NT properties and that not all properties are covered. You also need to reserve in advance in some cases and some dates are subject to 'blackout'. It has its pros but the cons outweigh the savings. Lets not even get started on the moral implications of this.
#32
Interesting fact about this offer is that for 2 people in their early to mid sixties we dont get anything like as good a deal. Secondly if it was compared to their joint lifetime offer for us it would work out that we would both be over 100 before we were better off with the lifetime offer ??? Who does their actuarial forecasting! (nd market profiling. Let alone marketing?? Why cant we have a weekday only membership? Or a 10 free visits per year only membership or 2 for one entry membership.

Or as it has been mentioned - the reverse - includes NZ membership - we go approx every 2-3 years fantastic place!
#33
Blasphemous;7175527
Got this last time round. The Binoculars are very good. Not cheap plastic rubbish. Great deal if you like going round these places. I'm not the biggest fan of this sort of thing but my wife likes walking around. What I do like is a lot of the houses/grounds have play areas now for the children. It's so much nicer to take young children to than local parks that seem to have become the local 'hang out' :roll: of youths that apparently 'have no where else to go and/or nothing else to do'! :roll::roll: If that's the case then fine but don't just lye around hogging the equipment looking menacingly at young children and shout obscenities at each other. Funny though it may sound to these dregs but I really don't want my child exposed to that sort of behaviour at such an early age. Thankfully NT 'ain't cool' enough to be 'hanging' at!!! :roll:

It may sound elitist but if that's how it is to by pass the rats of society then fine, I'm elitist.



Or just plain sad??
#34
I subscribed last year. Menbership ends end of Jan. I contacted them in Nov to say I wanted to cancel my DirectDebit and not rejoin, I was told it was too late to cancel membership as my membership had already been renewed!!!!!
I told them that Jan 2010 had not yet arrived and to try to take moey from my account as I had already put a stop on the payment.

They seem a little disorganised!
#35
woodstock
Or just plain sad??
Yes it is sad that that is the society we live in now.
#36
robot1000
I subscribed last year for £17 + got £20 cashback + Free binoculars


Why make money out of a charity?
#37
fret
Why make money out of a charity?


Because he still paid £17 and the last time i looked this was a money saving site :roll:

Morally I suppose its wrong to pay less on a charity item, but then again, its wrong to order items that you know are mispriced but I do that in a flash (and have at the expense of £300 to Tesco!!).

I guess its the same argument as piracy v's walking into a shop and nicking the product, everyone has boundaries, but what if he would never have joined at full price anyway? you could argue that they are actually £17 up?!?!
#38
wont let me put it through again
#39
"National Trust Cashback rates

20%for a membership purchase"


quidco is just 20% not 40%? or am I missing something?
#40
doublespresso
"National Trust Cashback rates

20%for a membership purchase"


quidco is just 20% not 40%? or am I missing something?


yes, it appears to have changed, it was 40% last week

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